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Understanding Family Roles Perception Of The Mothers Who Have Cochlear Implanted Child
(Mediterranean Soc Otology & Audiology, 2011)
Introduction: The overreaching goal of the present paper is to investigate how the mothers who have cochlear implanted children perceive their family roles, and to see whether some variants affect this perception or not. ...
Risk Factors For Hearing Loss And Results Of Newborn Hearing Screening In Rural Area
Objective: This article reports the results of newborn hearing screening which has been performed between March 2009-2010 in Cizre State Hospital. The results of the first step hearing screening were discussed together ...
Speech Sounds Acquisition Evaluated By Speech Sound Development Test (Ssdt) In Turkish-Speaking Children
The aim of this study is to provide normative data regarding the age of consonant-acquisition in normally developing children. A total of 753 children between 1 and 7 years of age were selected from seven different regions ...
Auditory Processing Disorder in Children: Definition, Assessment and Management
Hearing is a complex process that is often taken for granted. As sounds strike the eardrum, the sounds (acoustic signals) begin to undergo a series of transformations through which the acoustic signals are changed into ...
Audiological And Radiological Characteristics In Incomplete Partition Malformations
OBJECTIVE: To compare the audiological and radiological findings of patients with incomplete partition malformations (IPs) and analyze the relationship between the audiological and radiological findings. MATERIALS and ...